1. 2014 Australian Open: 5 Streaks on the Line

    The 2014 tennis Grand Slam season is underway. Another exciting fortnight down under should be in store, as the best in the game are competing for the Australian Open championship...

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  2. Wimbledon 2013: Top 5 Takeaways from the Championships

    The 2013 Wimbledon Championships were marked by craziness throughout the fortnight. A 77-year drought was ended and a new women's Grand Slam champion was crowned—not something you see every year in London...

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  3. 2013 Wimbledon Championships: Where 'W' Stands for Wild

    The four active players that have the most Grand Slam singles titles have owned the Wimbledon Championships, but that trend will not continue in 2013, as Serena Williams ' fourth-round ...

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  4. 2013 Wimbledon: Analyzing Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal Upsets

    All-time tennis greats Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal came into Wimbledon 2013 dominating the event for the past decade. The draw pitted the two great champions to meet in the quarterfinals, and it was almost a sure thing they would make that happen.

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  5. 2013 French Open: Interesting Facts from Men's Tournament

    Rafael Nadal booked his spot into the French Open final for the eighth time on Friday, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic reached his 12th consecutive Grand Slam semifinal, and ...

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  6. 2013 French Open: What Title Would Mean for Each Finalist

    An epic five-set survival by Rafael Nadal and a straight-forward win by David Ferrer booked the two Spaniards into this weekend's 2013 French Open final. They join Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova from the women's draw...

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  7. French Open 2013: Top Women Finally Matching Men's Consistency

    After Justine Henin's first retirement just before the French Open in 2008 when she was actually ranked No. 1 in the world, women's tennis has seen a wide array of players take the top ranking and win Grand Slams...

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  8. 2013 French Open: Semifinal Previews and Predictions

    There are four men and four women now remaining in the 2013 French Open . The list of eight remaining players is a strong one, and we should have at least three, if not four, very intriguing semifinal encounters over the next couple days...

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  9. 2013 French Open: The Good and the Bad for David Ferrer's Semifinal Chances

    David Ferrer booked his spot in a third consecutive grand slam semifinal on Tuesday at the 2013 French Open with an easy win over fellow Spaniard Tommy Robredo. Ferrer will play opposite of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga , who knocked off World No...

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  10. Roger Federer Could Be Headed Out of Top Five

    Roger Federer bowed out meekly of the 2013 French Open in Tuesday's quarterfinal action. He had previously held a 9-3 career record against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga , but he failed to win a set against the Frenchman for the first time in his career...

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  11. 2013 French Open Quarterfinals: Ranking the Likelihood of Potential Upsets

    Victoria Azarenka , Novak Djokovic , Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova all booked their spots into the final eight of the 2013 French Open with consecutive wins on Court Philippe Chatrier on Day 9...

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  12. French Open 2013 Day 5: Rain, Big Upset, Copycat Federer Through

    There hasn't been a lot of play completed so far in day five of the 2013 French Open . Players have been on and off the court several times due to the on and off rain in Paris...

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  13. Roger Federer and San Antonio Spurs: Comparing Their Greatness

    Two of the biggest events of the sports season are taking place right now in the 2013 NBA playoffs and the 2013 French Open. Generally, basketball and tennis are considered to be very different sports...

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  14. French Open 2013: How Tomas Berdych Upset Affects Men's Draw

    The tennis world is used to seeing most of the top men sail into the second week of nearly every grand slam event contested. That notion was shaken up in a big way Monday, as No. 5 seed Tomas Berdych lost in five sets to Frenchman Gael Monfils ...

    Alex Sanderson Written by Alex Sanderson about over 1 year ago 3,005 reads 43 comments

  15. French Open 2013: How Rafael Nadal's First-Round Scare Cements Favorite Status

    For a few brief moments on Monday, it looked like seven-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal might actually lose his second career match at Roland Garros ...

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  16. Anibal Sanchez's 1-Hit Shutout: Another MLB No-Hitter Effort Goes by the Wayside

    Anibal Sanchez of the Detroit Tigers did not allow a hit throughout the first 25 outs of his outing on Friday against the Minnesota Twins ...

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  17. French Open 2013: 5 Reasons Roger Federer Can Win Again in Paris

    While Roger Federer certainly does not have a lot of momentum heading into this year's French Open, the tennis world would be foolish to count the 17-time major champion out...

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  18. 2012 NFL Playoffs: Predicting the Winners

    We have reached New Years Day, which means most of the sports world has its focus on college football bowl games. That will soon change, however, as the NFL's best will be competing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy...

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  19. NFL Predictions: Each Team's Chances of Winning the Super Bowl

    The 2012 NFL season has been one characterized by many surprises as well as spotty officiating. Still, with about one-third of the season having played out, it's a good time to look at the chances for each team winning it all...

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  20. 2012 MLB Playoffs: Year of the Pitcher to Continue Friday

    The 2012 Major League Baseball season has been one dominated by pitchers across the sport. That has been no different throughout the divisional league playoffs, all of which have gone to the deciding fifth game...

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  21. NFL: How Week 3 Final Play Sums Up Wild Season

    Just as crazy as some of the calls the NFL 's replacement refs have made so far this season is what you see what you look at the standings through the first three weeks of the 2012 season...

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  22. US Open Tennis 2012: Andy Roddick Announces His Retirement

    In shocking news today, American tennis star Andy Roddick announced he would retire after the 2012 US Open (h/t Sports Illustrated ). The 2003 champion at Flushing Meadows made the decision on his 30th birthday...

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  23. 2012 US Open: Surprise Winner in the Cards?

    World No. 2 Novak Djokovic will go into the 2012 U.S. Open as the favorite considering he has won the last three Grand Slam events on a hard court. That was likely to be the case even if Rafael Nadal was in the draw...

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  24. Wimbledon 2012 Semifinals: Why Roger Federer Can Finally Clear the Hurdle

    Yes, Roger Federer went out pretty meekly in the French Open semifinals to World No. 1 Novak Djokovic just a few weeks ago...

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  25. Wimbledon 2012 Draw: How the Draw Sets Up Well for Roger Federer

    World No. 3 Roger Federer has not won a grand slam since the 2010 Australian Open. That is a dry spell of nine majors for the man who holds the most career grand slam singles titles, ...

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